Paper To Human Rights Watch: Eat Me

The New Times – Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, revisionists and their sympathisers, swallowed whole the cheap political hyperbole fabricated in Ingabire’s backyard, portraying Ntawangundi as a victim of the alleged government repressive laws.

This newspaper was not spared their insulting missives, calling it all sorts of names, despite publishing results of a meticulous research which proved that Ntawangundi was not exactly a choirboy…

It’s interesting to note that once evidence against Ntawangundi became increasingly insurmountable, with his subsequent court appearance, Ingabire and her human rights supporters dropped him in quick order. Not a single one of them showed up at any of the hearings.


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